Rio del Burque
The Rio Grande is Albuquerque's vital artery. Yet a short walk along it's banks will reveal many systemic problems. Like cholesterol clogging the veins of a cheeseburger addict, non-native trees and jetty jacks clog the river from it's natural flow.
I have called Albuquerque home longer than I have any other place. It is a hard place to live and an even harder place to succeed. That hasn't stopped many from trying. Albuquerque has and continues to attract the outsiders, the loners, the hard headed and for that I am greatful.
In the wilderness with heightened senses. Following signs of bull elk.
Changing this desert place
Albuquerque, New Mexico is not the only place we as humans are changing. But because it is the place I live it is the place I document. We are changing this desert place into what we want and for better or worse it is changed.
The journey from Albuquerque to Tulsa through the land called New Mexahoma.
But when it rains...
A communities’ relationships with stormwater and ground water.
We Are Neighbors
Albuquerque's idea of neighborhood and community.